Learning is an amazing adventure this week on DStv.
Highway To The Arctic: Canada’s Ice Roads takes us on a seasonal journey to see how rivers and lakes become roads, connecting remote communities and cultures.
In A War To Remember, the late Dame Vera Lynn takes us back in time for a look at how war impacted everyday life for ordinary British people.
And we venture inside our own bodies in the documentary The Truth About Stress.
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3 incredible journeys
Highway To The Arctic: Canada’s Ice Roads
This once-off special explores Canada’s incredible ice roads and how they have become vital for the year-round transport of goods, as well as connecting people in remote communities around the country.
Watch on Saturday, 24 July on Curiosity Channel (DStv channel 185) at 19:00
A War To Remember
The late Dame Vera Lynn takes us back in time to tell intimate, personal stories of World War II, starting with what happened around the world on 8 May, 1945, the day that Germany unconditionally surrendered to allied forces.
Watch on Sunday, 25 July on History (DStv channel 186) at 20:15
The Truth About Stress
Journalist Fiona Phillips and three stressed-out volunteers embark on a unique experiment to understand the impact of stress on our bodies. And scientists will explain what new research says about the link between stress, obesity and diabetes.
Watch on Sunday, 25 July on Da Vinci (DStv channel 318) at 22:00